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2-07-2008 @ 11:59AM
Another necessity is to actually focus on doing them. You can't learn Kael very well by spending 4 nights farming other stuff and only 2 hours on Kael.When you want to get serious about learning it, you need to devote serious raid time to it. At least two days a week, probably three if you're fairly heavy raiders. You may even want to stop doing SSC entirely to get more time on it.
2-07-2008 @ 12:07PM
Ah, indeed. This is one serious trap you can fall into as you progress. People will still want to go back and do all the old stuff as well because they still 'need' whatever from there. If you are serious about progression however you should be spending at least half of your raid time per week actually on progression content. You do not need everyone in the absolute best gear available up to that point to do anything in the game. So it pays to try to get people focus off the easy upgrades they could maybe be getting by going back and doing some farm content rather than banging your head against a new boss, and on the even better gear they already are geared well enough to go get with a bit more effort.
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